[GUIDE] How to install Android on HTC HD2/LEO [aMagldr / Black LK][01/11/2013]

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Re: [GUIDE] How to install Android on HTC HD2/LEO [aMagldr / Black LK][17/09/2013]

Postby symbuzzer » Sat Nov 02, 2013 2:11 pm

homer45 wrote:
Well,I finally did it.
Problem was with a driver on my PC.
I used this site http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthr ... ?t=1992345 to fix it.

My new android is ok so far.
Thanks for a help.


Congrats. But it is ADB driver not WinCE. Are you sure this fixed your problem?
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Re: [GUIDE] How to install Android on HTC HD2/LEO [aMagldr / Black LK][01/11/2013]

Postby homer45 » Sat Nov 02, 2013 2:56 pm

I guess so.
PC didn't recognize my phone maybe because of android and windows mobile device center had a same problem.
So I did uninstall a driver then install it again and here we go it worked.
Know I just wanna find out what is better.If install DataOnEXT or whole on a SD card to bee smooth.
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Re: [GUIDE] How to install Android on HTC HD2/LEO [aMagldr / Black LK][01/11/2013]

Postby pch13 » Sun Nov 03, 2013 12:45 pm

Well, symbuzzer i've modified the code as you said and all issues fixed!
Now i am trying [ROM][JB][4.3][720p] NexusHD2-JellyBean-CM10.2 V3.2 and everything are ok so far!
Thank you very much! :D
P.S. Keep up the good work guys!. I have my hd2 4 years now and i am steel excited as the first day because all of you!
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Re: AMAGLDR NAND PARTITIONING AND RECOVERY INSTALLATION

Postby mihaid » Wed Nov 20, 2013 2:48 am

symbuzzer wrote:

Do I need to do this step if I use nativeSD?
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Re: AMAGLDR NAND PARTITIONING AND RECOVERY INSTALLATION

Postby symbuzzer » Wed Nov 20, 2013 10:05 am

mihaid wrote:Do I need to do this step if I use nativeSD?


Sorry, which step?
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Re: AMAGLDR NAND PARTITIONING AND RECOVERY INSTALLATION

Postby mihaid » Wed Nov 20, 2013 6:37 pm

symbuzzer wrote:
Sorry, which step?

I had quoted it in my post but it seems it did not get approved?
This Step
D) AMAGLDR NAND PARTITIONING AND RECOVERY INSTALLATION
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Re: AMAGLDR NAND PARTITIONING AND RECOVERY INSTALLATION

Postby symbuzzer » Wed Nov 20, 2013 7:47 pm

mihaid wrote:I had quoted it in my post but it seems it did not get approved?
This Step
D) AMAGLDR NAND PARTITIONING AND RECOVERY INSTALLATION


Ok. Answer is partially yes. If you want to use sd recovery, you neednt. But if you want to use recovery on nand, you should obey this.
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Re: AMAGLDR NAND PARTITIONING AND RECOVERY INSTALLATION

Postby Robbie P » Thu Nov 21, 2013 10:54 am

symbuzzer wrote:
Ok. Answer is partially yes. If you want to use sd recovery, you neednt. But if you want to use recovery on nand, you should obey this.

I have only relatively recently started to use android on nand, for most of the time my phone has had wp7 in nand and i used sd builds and more recently NativeSD.
Since the advent of NativeSD, and the emergence of excellent sd recoveries, it makes me wonder why anyone would want to use up their precious nand space with a recovery. It is a rarely used commodity on a running rom. Although 5-9Mb of space is not a huge benefit, every little bit helps, especially for tmous users with everything on nand.
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Re: AMAGLDR NAND PARTITIONING AND RECOVERY INSTALLATION

Postby soren » Thu Nov 21, 2013 3:29 pm

Robbie P wrote:Since the advent of NativeSD, and the emergence of excellent sd recoveries, it makes me wonder why anyone would want to use up their precious nand space with a recovery. It is a rarely used commodity on a running rom. Although 5-9Mb of space is not a huge benefit, every little bit helps, especially for tmous users with everything on nand.

For international HD2 model, the space isn't enough anyway. Users needed to use A2SD scripts but now it's not necessary with DataOnEXT method. For T-Mobile HD2 with 1 GB ROM, I guess 5-9 MB doesn't matter. Also, TMOUS users can use DataOnEXT or NativeSD if they want.
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Re: AMAGLDR NAND PARTITIONING AND RECOVERY INSTALLATION

Postby mihaid » Fri Nov 22, 2013 5:04 pm

Robbie P wrote: it makes me wonder why anyone would want to use up their precious nand space with a recovery. It is a rarely used commodity on a running rom.

Presumably not having a recovery in nand it improves the speed of the rom? a little?
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